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dais ater Jaun. O, ao. STATE OFFICERS. Commemman- CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteam. Governo EDWIN L. NORRIS. of Helena. Leltesesna Governor W. . ALLEN of Deer tLode. Associate Justl- W. L. HOLI.JWAY of Gallatin. Secretary of State A. N. YODtR of Silver Bow. Attorner General A. J. GALEN of Lewis and Clark. L. EESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor H. K. CUNNINGHAM of Silver Bow uperlatenldet of Publle Instruction W. R. HARMON of Gallatln. Railroad Commissioners DAN BOYLE of Park. Six-year Term. S. T. STANTON. Four-year Term. E. A. MORLEY. Two-year Term. COUNTY OFFICFRS. Representatlve FRANK O. ARNETTof Culbertson. County Commtssioner J. T. FARRIS. of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIONAN. of Olauugow. Sherif- . C. SMALL. of Glasgow. Clerk of Courts C. C. BEEDE, of Glasgow. Assessor- JAMES FOX. of Glasg~w. Treasurer LYMAN BARNES. of Malta. Clerk and Recorder 4. B. SHOEMAKER. of llnsdale. lie Administrator ACOB SEEL, of Mondak. Snty Surveyor V. H. MANN. of Malta. C-..mner CHARLES PETERSON. of Glasg,w Saperintendent of Schools- MISB LILLIAN HARRIS. of Sa,. Go to D. R. Brockman Resident Dentist Ofice in First National Hank bulding, Culbertson. Mont. 9tf ,-~~~~ ~~ "- Im__':.",.1. .. . . ... PIONEER LIVERY STABLE A. J. CULWELL. Prop. souoeeeor to R. J. Maurer. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Best Livery Accommodations in Northern Montana. Fine Rigs and Gentle Stock. Open Day and Night. Those who are in seed of Livery Conveyances will do well to call at the Pioneer. CULBBRTSON, RONT N A. THE PALACE SALOON FIANK STEPHENS, PROP. Keepa Constantly on Hand a (omplete Line of Wines AND Liquors FINE CIGARS Pure Liquors for family use a Specialty A Share of Ycur Patronage is Respectfully Soicited. OU LBBRTSON. MONTANA. f .i. Courchene, Tonwsite Owner. aems and BWeidene Lets at very low pIee. $ew5. whaut you want early before values lawess.. 1i" L. k W. N. "ONTArA. Red Blacksmith Shop Stihplaoe to take your plows for good work; new made sort notice; a Giant Wonder dsrln in operatin r and will sharpen diets Spr disk, disk plows 60c. Rubber tired S f ed in list-class manner. Horse tab d al knlads of repairing. Smithing coal ado a dollar per 100 lbs. L l nson, Proprietor ...E.sm tam. • Browaville Items * From our Special Correspondeant. Feb. 8, 9go9. R. J. Williams, of Medicine Lake. was at Brownville last Thursday. jake Gasell and L. H. Zimmerman were at Brownvi!le last Saturday calling on friends. Charles Jackson. Arthur Ryder and H. Stemnpke were here last Saturday. Mrs Earl Early was at Homestead last Sunday calling on friends. H. Horstman. after a ten days' visit to Medicine Lake. returned home last Friday and is now at John Brown's store again. Ed Bolen was at Dlrowaville last Sunday calling on friends. lMiss Minnie and Miss Mary Shad re turned home from Columbus. N 1). last week. Report came here from Medicine Lake last week that the Great Northern railway crew were running their survey through that secion of the country and going from there to Plentywood. Many Sleepless Nights, Owing to a Persistent Cough. Relief Found at Last. "For several winters past my wife has been troubled with a most persistent and disagreeable cough, which invariably ex tended over a period of several weeks and caused her many sleepless nights," writes Will J. Hayner. editor of the Burley. Col., Bulletin. "Various remedies were tried each year, with no beneficial results. In November last the cough again put in an appearance and my wife, acting on the sug gestion of a friend, purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's (ough Remedy. The re sult was, indeed, marvelgus. After three doses the cough entirely disappeared :.nd has not manifested itself since.' This remedy is for sale by Valley Drug Co. 'Call for Farmers' Insti tute books, free at the Searchlight office. tf HAWAIl PINEAPPIL Osywers ed Parasdlseo the Pacrlk te BEpl. their Pruit at the Bxpositin lia Seattle. j Honolal,. Feb. g, t9p-The HawalJin Pine-Apple Growers' Associatioo will fea tore their products at the Alaska-Yko.a- 0 Pacific Exposition to be held in Seattle 6 next summer, and the display to be made d at the coming fair will be beyond questica 1 the most elaborate and complete that bas yet been ever attempted. b At a meeting of the Association held Ist o soonth in Hceolual at which all pine-apple I growers and packers of the islands were a represented. The sum of twenty thousand p dollars was subscribed to be used in plac- I ing a magnificent display in the coming ex- I position. In addition to this sum, the in- I dividual pladters will expend an amount considerably in excess in exhibiting and t distributing their own products. d The plans for exhibits as decided upon. o provide for a fall and complete display of ti all fresh and manufactured pine-apple pro- t ducts, and will he directly under the sop- d vision of the association. The space to be occupied in exposition will be magnificently s fitted up and the wood furnishing will he t all constructed from the native mahogany. t known loaltly as "Kos." All throughout tbeexposition a band of Hawsgan musicians will be in attendance, and the native songs and music of the Paradise of the Pacific will he heard under charming and delight ful conditions and surroundings of the Hawiian islander. A band of Hawiian girls, carefully se lected for their beauty and abilities, will l take a prominent place in the display of pine-apple products. The rapid prominence and importance of the pine-apple industry of the Htawaiian islander gained during the past two and three years has been phenomenal. and the present exposition is regarded by the planters as the most valuable and advan tageous opportunity for widely bringing their wares before the American public that has ever been offered. Every possible advantage of the occasion will be availed ,f and no expense in any way necessary to the entire success-of the exhibit will be spared. mia..aii has of recent years been forgin,. ra.,dlyy to the fr,,nt in the industry in tin ang pine apples, and the greatly superio liality of the fruit produced has attractel .orld waide atrenton. They have beet laced tow on nearly all of the world': tarket, but the great market is naturall ..-gardedl as the United States and it is her. .ne bulk of the output is consumed. Last :ear the local pack reached 5oo.ooo casts at two dozen tins to the case, and the pre ant year will be vastly larger the manufacturers of native Hawaiian. utiber will take advantage of the Alaska Yukon-Pacific Exposition. and the furnish. :ng of the fruit display department will tb .refully executed under their directiotg .and every possible effolt will be made tt ,how the many merits and beauties of ;the various native hard woods for furniture and finishing purposes. This display wilt indoubtedly prove of unusual interest to lumbermen and dealers in general,and will afford acomprehensive idea of the timber products of the Hawaiian island. All details of arrangement has been thoroughly entered into by the association .+ingthe expsition display in charge. .nd every thing pertaining to making thrt .xhibit one of the most pleasing and deligttt iull feature of the great fair. will be in teadmnes. for the opening day. Ask Yourself the Question. Why not use Chamberlain's Liniment when you have rheumatism? We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfac tory. It has cared others, why not you? fry i,. It costs but a trifle. Price. 25 cents; large size. 50o cents. For sale by Valley Drug Co. Old Magazines at half price at the Searchlight ofice. Mansey, Leslies. Everybody's. Cosmopolitan and many others. Notice to Stockholders. Notice is hereby given to all stockholders of the Montana Star Telephone Company. a corporation. who have paid only twenty five per cent of the amouat of stock by them subscribed, that the Board of Direct ors of said corporation hereby call in and demand from such stock-holders respect ively another payment of tweaty-five per cent of all sums of money by such stuck holders subscribed, which pyments shall be made to the treasurer of said corporae tion at Culberwt a. Mostapa, t filows, to-wit:---one-lalf thereof on or before Feb ruary zs, sgog, and the balance thereof an or before March 5. 0gog: and each of said stockhcldersare hereby notified that such shares of stock by them subscribed for. and all previous payments made thereon, will be declared forfeited. If ch pyments shall aot be made by said stockholders. re spectively, withi sixty days after this e tics shall have bee published for sis sc csive weeks t anewspaper peblisbed at Calbertacs. Moatana. the place where the business of said corporation is carried on. Dated January 13. 1909 Culbertamo. Monstas. By order of the Board of Directors of the Montana Star Telephone Company, a carpesaties. I. L. Baoos. W. MatUas. Presat. Secty. N4s " JIU gowft.u I Feb. . s99. L esa. the 4 year old daughter at loae Parmet, an old tae rascher who liveaems miles north of Glasgow Blgy Csek. diedon January 2sth. The romalne wmerlaid to rest in the qlaow Cametery. Mr. Parrent' other daughter, 6 eans old, bwbeen very sick of the sme. dimesm that caused the death of her sister. The disease Is that of scarlet fever. George Wittea, of Mondak. was brought befoe Commissioner McBride, Chairman of the Board of County Comaissioners, on Monday. February tat on the chargslof in sanity. Doctors Getty and Hoyt com posed the medical commission who tried Mr. Witten. After bearing the testimony Mr. Witten was ordered discharged and be left soon after for his hose in Moedak. The electric lights were turned on here for the art time last Friday and on Mlon day. Feba*ty sat, the plant was turned over to the city and is now in full opera tion. Glasgow prenelsts quite a metrogoli tan appearance when the big arc lights are dispelling the darkness. There is to be a big box social and val entino fair at the library on the xath in benefit of the library. A post office will be maintained during the evening where a person can mail and receive valentines. S. C. Small. Sheriff of Valley County, returned home Monday from .a ten days' trip west. He has been as far west as Spokane. Assessor James Fox and bride returned from Great Falls last week and Mr. Fox has once more assumed the duties of his office. A. W. Mahon and bride returned home from Minneapolis last week. It is reported that Glasgow is to be the end of the division for postal cletks This will mean that about 25 clerks will make their home here. Mrs. S. C. Small and Mrs J. L. Slattery are intending to go to Culbertson Friday to attend the Episcopal Church f..Lr. Mrs. Small will be the guest of Mrs. I. i. i .ap per and Mrs. Slattery will be the guest vi her sister, Mrs. C. S. Stafford. Ground bog day last Tuesday anti the "critter" saw his shadow at Geaso,. Vi, think the chances are auout ten to one that .he hog will see his shadow most. any oat .ime in this State cf sunshine. ;RUSSELL SKETCHES _ tow to ect a Set of the Greaa sowboy Artist's Pictures Free. r'he lame of Charles M. Russell. th, -re.at cowboy artist who makes his homr n Great Falls, Montana, is fast st". ';91 and everytady is anxiousataa get I .a. .t I, 4ictu res. The Great Fails Leasder publishes a se ",f r-productions'of Russell pen sketches *stilled "Western Types," which are som, of the artist's best work. There are z6 ot them. on heavy cardboard.. suitable for fiaming. *"Si.z aI xit4'iches. The subjerat. are: l b-hr' Fr,-tht-r." "The WV nahawk." t'he S. " 's'he Stage Driver " 'Th, to.t Tralr . h h('owh ,a."" ' i'he Pr,'r .,::tttr " .Te Trap er," SqIutt t Wier iullb.tt." " Th" Blackfeet Warri. .. i h= Siouxts L, tla t hunt ' • I e .--a* I, - Jian." " The W\o:f*r." 'rh Roadj Agent. 'The Half lire d." "The Blackfeet Squaw and Pappoose. The Leader will forward a set of these splendid pictures postpaid to any person -ending them S2 So for a six months sub scription to the Daily Leader, the leading evening newpaper of northern Montana. Address The Leader Co.,Great Falls. Mont. Lost or Strayed. Strayed from my place near the Pet Nacer Sheep Ranch, a red milch cow with some white on belly, branded J N. B. tconnected.) Cow purchased from John Landquist about six weeks ago and lost her after four days. Reward odered for re covery. Address M. R. KAUItarAtt, 42P3 Culbertson. Mont. Notice. Teachers' examieations will be held in 3lasqow and Culbertson on Friday sau Saturday. the 26th and 27th of February, t9go. . Lut.tsa HAass. Superintendent of Schools. Valley Couoaty, Mot. New York apples by the brr or peand at The Big Store. Notice for Pubicatios. Notice is bheetº gtien thas HAMPTON DB WIHto. • lurI htat Ias aII im. I oawYae Ie reast Pall e a aveaealr as or Ya r m. JMtPlrabll . Jan. 5. uj ER lY I tALE Attorney At Law Ofla in P»nt eTimoali Bak Buldlag& C. J. POE Jeweler and Watchmnnaker Light Oun Repairing at Valley Drug Store. Culbertson, Montana FALL AND WINTER GARM ENTS of all kinds for Ladies and Gentle men, Made to order in the latest style and fashion, at The Fryhling Tailor Shop A. FRYHLINO Proprietor. Tanner & Best The Big Store (Concrete Building) A.NO.I FLOUR Made from No.l Hard Wheat grown in the famous Red Val ley. Our customers say that this is the BEST FLOUR ever sold in Culbertson If not convinced, try a sack. TANNER & BEST C. JOUNS n . D. 01 bSb.1* ge Now .earei Cullertson, Montana PAUL BiABCOCK Atta s At Law IOMIKEIItRI - LOCATED. PAPERS P1EPARED. General Law B-la Coducted. CULBERTSON, MONT. JOHN LEE, ontractor&Builde Estimates in Plans Furnished Free. Also House Moving.. ulbertson, Montan OLAF BERGHi hi.` U. S. COMMISSIQNER. Land Filings and allt kinds of proofs taken. - SURVB Y I N 0 Maps and plats made. Also estima* s furnished fnr irrigation cork. Redstone, * lont. plrsltll, s IulleOlNil Culberts.n, - Montana George Runnels, Contractor and Builder. First-class work gasated os abort notice. Carup.oode.cS gaoiitod. Culbertson, - Mont. Phome ~. Old Cartwright Bar Feed & Hospital Barn Careful attention given to Feeding of Transient Trade at Reasonable Rates Northwest pert of Cutbertmon WALTER L. SNYDER F. R. KLEINSOROB, contractor of Plumblg, tketu., Electrle Ughtlng Williston, N. D. Plans and Rstimats tunihed tafr.